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Sunday, November 25, 2012

Next Wonder Woman? Missy Peregrym Looking For Boyfriend

When an actress with the celebrity status of Missy Peregrym uses Twitter to announce her desire to meet a man, you know she’s serious. That’s what Missy Peregrym – who would make a great Wonder Woman – has done of late.
The woman who was once linked to Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Rothlisberger and stars on Cybergeddon and on the ABC Police Drama Rookie Blue and Heroes before that, is looking for a man in all of the places, including the gym, where she’s working out with weights in the process: more at Zennie62.com, here: Missy Peregrym: Wonder Woman Looking For Boyfriend

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Hatchet 3 Photos Have Daniel Harris And Victor Crowley

According to Zennie62.com, Hatchet 3 photos were released this week, bring this blogger back to focus on Hatchet 3. The last time this space did, it was to report scream queen star Danielle Harris’ tweeted desire to “f-up” Victor Crowley.

Victor Crowley’s the man-monster focus of the horror movie series created whole-cloth from the brain of Adam Green. Crowley’s story is really a very sad one: he starts the story as a deformed boy, teased by kids in the area. Young Victor was chased into a shack, which the mean kids set fire to while he was in it. The hard-to-blog part is where his father, in trying to rescue him, uses an ax to chop down the door, not realizing his son was on the other side of it. Details at Zennie62 here:
Hatchet 3 Photos: Did Daniel Harris F-Up Victor Crowley?

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Iron Man 3 Trailer Review

This new Iron Man 3 movie, due for release in May of 2013, is, according to this blogger’s view of the trailer, a dark and intense film. For more, see Zennie62.com Iron Man 3 Trailer Shows Dark, Intense, Story

Friday, October 12, 2012

Laura Siegel Larson Vs. Warner Bros Over Superman Profits

Laura Siegel Larson is the daughter of Jerry Siegel, the co-creator of Superman. The problem is that her father never got the total profits from the sales of movie tickets and merchandise related to The Man Of Steel.

According to Deadline.com, Larson is a retired award-winning journalist now suffering from multiple sclerosis who says she will never give up “fighting for what’s right”.

The letter is below, the rest of the story's at Deadline.com.

October 11, 2012

Dear Superman Fans Everywhere,

My father, Jerry Siegel, co-created Superman as the “champion of the oppressed … sworn to devote his existence to helping those in need!” But sadly his dying wish, for his family to regain his rightful share of Superman, has become a cautionary tale for writers and artists everywhere.

My family’s David and Goliath struggle against Warner Bros, the media conglomerate, goes back to April 1997, when my mom and I exercised our clear right under the Copyright Act to achieve my dad’s dream of recovering his copyrights. In April 1999, my dad’s half of the original Superman rights reverted to us, entitling our family to a significant share of Superman profits, which Warner/DC Comics refused to pay. For over thirteen years they have fought us at every turn, in and out of court, aiming to make recovery of the money they owe us so impossibly difficult that we would give up and settle for peanuts.

We refused to be intimidated despite my elderly mom’s heart condition and my multiple sclerosis. In 2008 the U.S. District Court ruled that my mom and I had successfully recaptured my father’s Superman copyrights and were entitled to Superman profits since April 1999.

Angered and alarmed by this defeat, Warner Bros resorted to a despicable old trick: diverting attention from the legal merits of our case by personally attacking our long-time lawyer, Marc Toberoff. Through DC, the media giant filed a lawsuit against Mr. Toberoff, my family and the Estate of Superman’s co-creator Joe Shuster, falsely claiming “unfair competition” and that Toberoff interfered with an out of court offer that Warner tried to push on my mom and me in early 2002 – an offer full of studio accounting traps that we refused to sign before we even knew Mr. Toberoff.

Warner Bros possesses documents stolen from my attorney’s office which mysteriously ended up on the desks of three top Warner executives. Warner claims it has no evidence whatsoever as to when these large packages arrived. According to Warner, the thief also included a cowardly anonymous letter that vilifies our attorney and mischaracterizes the privileged attorney-client communications enclosed. In a disgraceful violation of my privacy, Warner’s lawyers attached this nasty anonymous letter to a publicly filed complaint and leaked it to the media.

In the midst of this sideshow, my mom, the original model for Lois Lane, passed away last year at 93, still determined to keep her promise to my dad. She never got to relax and enjoy any proceeds from the crusade she fought until her dying day.

Now the torch is in my hands and I won’t be silent any longer about Warner Bros’ tactics. I refuse to be bullied or deterred from enforcing my farnily’s rights, and fully support my attorney who has tirelessly defended them. Warner Bros’ smear campaign has only made me more determined than ever. We have the right to the attorney of our choice, which is none of Warner’s business…

What Warner Bros apparently doesn’t realize is that despite their tremendous power, I will NEVER give up on my parents’ dream of rightfully restoring my father’s rights to his family.

Would Superman, the embodiment of “truth, justice and the American way,” let Warner Bros, DC Comics, and their gang of attorneys get away with this? Not for an instant!

Laura Siegel Larson

Los Angeles, California

Thursday, October 11, 2012

Anne Heche In “That’s What She Said” By Carrie Preston

Anne Heche is making a comeback of sorts, and via a new movie called "That's What She Said."

The new film, directed by True Blood's Carrie Preston, is about...
Bebe (Marcia DeBonis) is getting ready for the most romantic encounter of her life, and she needs her best friend Dee Dee (Anne Heche) to cheer her on. Too bad Dee Dee is so cynical about dating that she shows up three hours late only to spew cigarette smoke and bitterness all over the morning coffee. And too bad Clementine, a train wreck of a stranger (Alia Shawkat,) has decided to invade their day with non-stoptalk about her nymphomaniac escapades. Looking to turn the day around, this fearsome threesome embark on a day of misadventure that only New York City can offer. THAT’S WHAT SHE SAID is a quirky and honest look at friendship in the face of adversity, asking one of life’s great questions: why does it always have to be so hard? (That’s what she said.)..

More at Zennie62.com here:Anne Heche In Carrie Preston’s Movie “That’s What She Said”

Friday, September 28, 2012

“Captain America: The First Avenger” Theme By Alan Silvestry

As featured at Zennie62.com here, “Captain America: The First Avenger” Theme: Hollywood in Vienna 2011, the theme for Captain America: The First Avenger is considered to be one of the best ever made for a science-fiction or super hero film.

Composed by Alan Silvestry, who was then called back to make the soundtrack for The Avengers, the idea was to bring about the feeling of fanfare and heroic celebration that comes with the Captain America movie.

By all accounts, Silvestry will be called back to make Avengers Two.

Stay tuned.

Saturday, July 28, 2012

The Jeffersons Theme Song Sang By Zennie Abraham

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